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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 28 November 1912

Thursday, Xovemix-r 2S, 1912. ASHLAND TIDINGS pace Fmr i An Object Lesson For Your Boy Every father wants his boy and girl to learn the lesson of ha bitual saving. Do you know, fathers, that one of the best ways to teach your children to save regularly is to have a savings account your selves? Let that boy of bring your savings deposit to the bank as "regular as clockwork" and he will get the habit himself he. can't help It. Incidentally, a little nest egg will be good for father, too. GRANITE CITY SAVINGS BANK Ashland, Oregon LOCAL AND PTONJ Mrs. W. Wood Is going to spend Thanksgiving with her son, Thomas J. Fuson, in Medford. Dry block or stove wood. Phone 420-J. ' 47-tf John R. Maxedon went to Siskiyou today to work with the S. P. bridge force under Foreman Petty. Ashland-Klamath Exchange will buy all your empty sacks. Attorney and Mrs. W. J. Moore left Tuesday evening for Lebanon and Albany to visit for a few days. Clif Payne can save you about 40 per cent on your fire Insurance...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 28 November 1912

PAGE SIX ASHLAND TIDINGS Thursday, November 28, 1912. Home Maker x KHITKD HY A LICK I '. TAUOTT Visiting (he School. 1 want to ask mothers to make lrattice of visiting the schools at tended by their children. 1 fully realize that the hours of nearly every mother's days are crowded, but I think if those mothers understood the significance of an occasional call at the school, they would steal the lin-.u 0 iikiIjp one now and then. The real teacher is genuinely glad when you appear. She wants your counsel and help. She wants you to be her friend and she wants to be your friend. And do you know, mothers, what your visit means to your boys or girls who are pupils in that school room? Your presence shows them that you feel a vital interest in their school work. It brings home and school closer together. They realize that you have come to observe and to criticise, and this knowledge stim ulates and encourages them. The mother ought to know person ally the teacher to whose care she confides...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 28 November 1912

V - ThnrBday, November 28, 1912. ASHLAND TIDINGS PAGE SEVEN UNITED STATES -IS PIONEER BANK Security CAPITAL, SURPLUS. UNDIVIDED PROFITS Qinr AAA A A AND STOCKHOLDERS' LIABILITY OVLR $175,000.00 DEPOSITORY OF GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK FUNDS H B DR. W. EARL BLAKK DENTIST First National Bank Bid.,. Suite 9 and 10. Entrance First Ave. Phones: Office, 109; Res., 488-R. DR. J. K. ENDELMAN DENTIST Citizens Banking & Trust Co. Bldg, Suite 3 & 4 ASHLAND, ORE. DR. F. II. JOHNSON', D E N T I S T, Beaver Bldg., East Main and First Sts., Ashland, Oregon. Phones: Office 178, Rs. S.jO-V. DR. J. 8. PARSON, Physician and Surgeon. Office at Residence, Main St.reet Phone 242 J. G. V. GREGG, M. D. Physician and Surgeon . Office: 1 and 2 Citizens Banking and Trust Co. building. Phone 69. Residence: 93 Bush Street. Rest dence phone 230 R. Office hours: 9 to 12a. m., 2 to 5 p m. Calls answered day or night. JULIAN P. JOHNSON, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Specialist in diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose a...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 28 November 1912

PAGE EIGirT Classified Advertisements (Continued from Page Three.) TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTED To rent for two months, or buy, a good cow. Good, feed and care. R. D. Sanford, lower Helman St.. Ashland. 53-2t LOST Solid gold pin belonging to set. M. J. O. engraved on front. Lost between McXair Bros." and Fourth St. Finder leave at Ideal grocery. Mrs. J. A. Orchard. 53-tf , FOR- SALE Strawgerry-plants 3 varieties. Good strong plants from one-year plants that have not borne fruit. $3.00 per thousand. F. G. Tyrrel, Garfield St., phone 4 84-L. Also some fine S. C. K. 1. Red Cockerels. 5 3-1 mo. :j - H SUNDAY IN THE CHURCHES H d ii Notes of Services of arlous Religious Rodies. I Baptist Church, corner Second and Hargadine streets. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. ni. B. Y. P. IT., 6:30 p. ni. Preaching ser vice, 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. Brethren Church, corner Fifth and East Main streets. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preaching ser vice at 11 a. m.; C. E...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 2 December 1912

I Ashland1 ; - Tidings SUNNY SOUTHERN OREGON ASHLAND THE BEAUTIFUL VOL. XXXVII ASHLAND, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1912 NUMBER 54 ANNUAL ELKS MEMORIAL SERVICES HEIJ) SUNDAY AFTER NOON IX ELKS TEMPLE. ADDRESS BY PROF. I. E. VINING Annual Memorial Services of Ashland Lodge, No. 944, li. P. O. E., Were Among the Must Impressive Ever Held by Lodge. The annual memorial services ot the B. P. O. E. were held in every lodge in the United States Sunday afternoon. This annual memorial service is one of the most impressive in the entire list of fraternal observ ances and the services held by Ash- land lodge, No. 94 4, B. P. O. E., were among the most impressive ever given by the lodge. They were hela in the spacious temple, which was crowded with the Elks, their familie and the general public. The services opened with the rit ualistic opening of the lodge by the officers. This was followed by the roll call of "Our Absent Brothers." The list included the following names: Charles S. Vivian, fou...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 2 December 1912

PAGK TWO ASHLAND TIDINGS Ashland Tidings SOU-WEEKLY. ESTABLISHED 1876. Issncd Mondays and Thursdays Bert It. GrtH-r, - Editor and Owner I B. W. Taleott, - - - City Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year J2.00 BIx Months 1.00 Three Months 50 Payable in Advance. TELEPHONE 39 Advertising rates on application. First-class job printing facilities. Equipments second to none In the Interior. Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postoffiee as second-class mail mat ter. Ashland, Ore., Monday, Dec. 2, '12 KALOOXS NOT WEALTH PHOIH C EKS. The writer, after nearly fifty years spent alternately in wet and dry communities cannot agree with the proposition that saloons aid in the material development of a commun ity, lie cannot see the logic of the prop sition that individual waste makes aggregate gain. He has seen several instances where the apparent gain of business under saloons proved to be a distinct loss. One case in particular impressed him. In Iowa is at present what is practically county option. F...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 2 December 1912

I Monday, December 2, 1912. ASTTLAXT) TIDIVGS PAGE Tim EH CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS One cent per word, first insertion; Vt cent per word for each insertion thereafter; 30 words or less $1 per month. No advertisement inserted for less than 25 cents. Classified ads are cash with order expect to parties having ledger accounts with the office. MISCELLANEOUS CHAIR DOCTOR R. H. Stanley, ex pert furniture repairer and up holsterer. Carpets beat, ..relaid and repaired,- bed springs re stretched, chairs wired, rubber tires for baby buggies. 26 First avenue, opposite First National Bank. Phone 413-J. WANTED An experienced cook, at the Columbia Hotel. 50-tf WANTED Fat hens at the East Side Meat Market. Pay 12 cents a pound. 50-tf FOUND A" blackand"'hitepig with clipped ears. Mrs. W. Jeter, R. F. D., Box 105. 52-tf TAXIDERMISTS, FURRIERS AND TANNERS Natural Science Est., 10 Granite St. 38-tf READ THIS Any time you want the city carriage, see E. Is. Smith, 124 Morton St. Phone 464-J. VOICE CULTU...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 2 December 1912

PAGE FOUK ASITLAJiT) TIDIXGS Monday, December 2, 1012. In the Social Realm Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Davit-s enter tained Mr. ami Mrs. W. K. Smith and Har.oi Smith ai Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Myers of New Yoi!;. daugh- i ter of Mrs. Kalph Hedges, will sp.-n.i a few weeks in Ashland visiting her mm her. District Attorney Ii. F. Mnlkey and family of Med ford spent Thanks giving with Mr. and Mrs. iletuoti trs. Miss Margaret Graham of Chicago spent Thanksgiving with Miss Kdna liowers and attended the llks party j in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. 12. 12. Hagley gave a family dinner Thanksgiving r'a i when eleven members of the imme diate family were present. Mrs. James W. Bergstroin of Ash land and Koca streets entertained Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson and son. Miss Dessie M. Dunham and Miss Stella Potter of Phoenix for dinner on Thanksgiving night. The Woman's Missionary I'nlon of the Congregational church will meet with Mrs. O. G. Howard, 502 Fair view street, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. M...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 2 December 1912

Monday, Deceniler 2, 1912. ASTTLAYB TTDIXCS fln Oftecf Lesson For Your Boy Every father wants his boy and girl to learn the lesson of ha bitual saving. Do you know, fathers, that one of the best ways to teach your children to save regularly Is to have a savings account your selves? Let that boy of bring your savings deposit to the bank as "regular as clockwork" and he will get the habit himself he can't help It. Incidentally, a little nest egg will be good for father, too. GRANITE CITY SAVINGS BANK Ashland, Oregon 1? LOCAL AND PERSONAL Clif Payne makes tables. R. A. Dozier went to Hornbrook Friday forenoon. We have a full car of drain tile. Carson-Smith Lumber Co. 47-tf E. J. Mahan transacted business in Medford Friday. Ladies' skates free tonight at the Natatorium. Attorney R. H. Burns went to Med ford this morning on business. Ia he an Elk? See that line of gifts at Enders' for all "Bills." The Tidings is for Bale at W. M. Poley's Drug Store, 17 East Main St. H. L. White came in f...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 2 December 1912

PAGE SIX ASHLAND TIDINGS WE HAVE MdDMEY xnonaaj-, uecemper a, l l s. MUST Between Now And The 1st of January We Must Raise $29,000.00 This is a Tremendous Amount of Real Cash and to do it requires the Most Drastic Price Cutting Ever Known in Medford. Here are the plain facts-This valley this year raised the greatest crop in its history and this store, expecting as good a bus iness as a year ago and better, prepared for a big business. This business has not developed and in consequence we find ourselves obliged to pay $29,000.00 between now and January 1, 1913. Part ol this money is now due and must be paid. Eastern wholesalers and manufacturers won't listen to any such nonsense as bad season, etc. All they want is their money. So in order to sell this tremendous amount of goods we will start a-sale on Saturday, November 30th that will make all form er sales look insignificant. Every article in this immense store will be reduced. Some goods will be sold as low as 40c on the dollar. '...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 2 December 1912

PAGE SEVEN UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK -IS THE- LEGEND OFMT. SHASTA From It the Great Spirit Built IUst , of World Volcano Smoke of Ills Wigwam. PIONEER BANK OF ASHLAND Security-Service CAPITAL, SURPLUS, UNDIVIDED PROFITS Qnr AAA A A AND STOCKHOLDERS' LIABILITY OVER $lJtJ,UUU.UV DEPOSITORY OF GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK FUNDS DR. W. EARL BLAKE DENTIST First National Bank Bide., Suite 9 and 10. Entrance First Ave. Phones: Office, 109; Res., 488-R. DR. J. K. EXDELMAN DENTIST Citizens Banking & Trust Co. lildg. Suite 3 & 4 ASHLAND, ORE. DR. P. H. JOHNSON, DENTIST, Beaver Bldg., East Main and First Sts., Ashland, Oregon. Phones: Office 178, lies. 350-Y. DR. J. 8. PARSON, Physician and Surgeon. Office a Residence, Main Street Phone 242 J. G. W. GREGG, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office: 1 and 2 Citizens Banking and Trust Co. building. Phone 69. Residence: 93 Bush Street. Resl dence phone 230 R. Office hours: 9 to 12a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. Calls answered day or night. JULIAN P. JOHNSON, M...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 2 December 1912

PAGE EIGHT ASHLAND TIDINGS Monday, December 2, 1012. Classified Advertisements (Continued from Page Three.) TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. BILL POSTER Will Stennett. 116 Factory St. Bill posting and dis tributing. 54-tf EOK KENT The Dr. Shaw property, 10S First Ave. Partly furnished or unfurnished as desired. 54-2t REPORTONLIGHT PLANT II. O. Frtthbarh Submits Reiort to Taxpayer' Committee on Mu nicliml Plant Finances. TO LET For his keep for the win ter, a gentle family driving or ranch horse. Inquire at 977 B St. . 54-2t FOR SALE Broilers, 25c; Rhoa"e Island Red pullets, 35c; carrots,) uarsnins. manuels and sri Hashes. ! 64 California St. 54-4t LOST A bundle of automobile tools between A. C. Briggs' on the Boul evard and Ashland. Finder leave at the Tidings office. F.. P. Schneider. 54-2t FOR SALE -Bicycle-witlfnew lamp and saddle, $10; one oak rolled top desk, $8; oak glass-door book case, good work horse. 447 Wal nut. Phone 4 70-P-R. 5 4-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE Lands in Texas, California, Wa...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 5 December 1912

Oregon Historical Society. Doings SUNNY SOUTHERN OREGON ASHLAND THE BEAUTIFUL VOL. XXXVII ASHLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1912 NUMBER 55 ASHLAND THE CLUB MOWING XIXE NEW MEMBERS TAKEN IXTO COMMRCIAL CLUB. NEW BOOKLET IS DISCUSSED I. M. Lowe Told of Experiences In Portland Trip Other Business of Importance Transacted. The Commercial Club held its reg- nlar monthly meeting last Monday evening An interesting feature of j the meeting was a talk from D. M. Councilman Cunningham asked Lowe, as to the recent Land Products J Mr. Mulkey to define a nuisance and Show at Portland. Mr. Lowe talks j he defined it as anything that an interestingly .and held the attention noyed any number of people or that of the club closely. Mr. Lowe stated was detrimental to their health or that a good share of the credit fori that damaged their property, his success at the show should go to i Mrs. Lowe, whose preserves, canned fruits, etc., were an important part of the exhibit. The club voted that the ...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 5 December 1912

PAGE TWO ASHLAXD TIDINGS Thursday, December 5, 1912. Ashland Tidings SEMI-WEEKLY. ESTABLISHED 1870. Issued Mondays and Thursdays Bert R. Greer, - Editor and Owner 11. W. Taleott, - - - City Editor SURSCRll'TlOX KATES. One Year ....$2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 50 Payable in Advance. TELEPHONE 39 Advertising rates on application. First-class job printing facilities. Equipments second to none in the Interior. Entered at the Ashland, Oregon, Postoffice as second-class mail mat ter. AslUmid, Ore., Thursday, Dec. 5, '12 MEETING THE ISSUE FAIKLY. There seems some disposition not to meet the matter of voting or not voting bonds to add another supple mentary light plant fairly and squarely. Even before this paper ap peared on the street Monday the writer was accused by one of the city council of working in the interests of the Ashland Electric Power and Light Company, because, forsooth, the Tidings published a report of an examination of the finances of the municipal plant, which certa...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 5 December 1912

Thursday. Ttcmher 5, 1912. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS One cent per word, first Insertion; cent per word for each Insertion thereafter; 30 words or less $1 per month. No advertisement inserted for less than 25 cents. Classified ads are cash with order expect to parties having ledger accounts with the office. MISCELLANEOUS CHAIR DOCTOR R. H. Stanley, ex pert furniture repairer- and up holsterer. Carpets beat, relaid and repaired, bed springs re-stretched,- chairs wired, rubber tires for baby buggies. 26 First avenue, opposite First National Dank. Phone 413-J. . WANTED Fat neus at the East Side Meat Market. Pay 12 cents a pound. 50-tf BILL POSTER Will" Stennett, 116 Factory St. Dill posting and dis tributing. 54-tf FOUND A black and white, pig with clipped ears. Mrs. W. Jeter, R. F. D.LDox 105. 52-tf TAXIDERMISTS FURRTERS AND TANNERS Natural Science Est., 10 Granite St. 38-tf READ THIS Any time you want the city carriage, see E. N. Smith, 124 Morton St. Phone 464-J. FOR RENT The Dr. Sha...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 5 December 1912

ASHLAND TIDIXGS Thursday, DeteinberS, 1912. page pom MIIIMIIiiiHIIIIIMIIMIIIIIllIIIIIIIHIIIllll i In the Social Realm 4 t M I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith of this citv were cue.sts of the Simon Par- shall families of Montague, Thanksgiving week. Cal., The Pythian Sisters Thimble Club was delightfully entertaiued by Mrs. Sam McN'air at her home on High street Friday afternoon. Lijjht re freshments were served. The Embroidery Club one of them was entertained Friday after noon last b Mr. Hale at her hoiue on Fifth street. Light refreshments were served aud a pleasant time en-. jo 3d. Miss Bertha Eliasou was hostess at a pleasant evening at her home on North Main street Saturday evening. The guests were Misses Oates and Caldwell and Messrs. McGee, St. John and Coen. Refreshments were served and a jolly time enjoyed. The Ladies of the Maccabees held their annual reception to the Knights and their families at the I. O." O. F. hall last evening. This is always one of the most enjoyable affairs...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 5 December 1912

Tin Obect Lesson For Your Boy Every father wants his boy and girl to learn the lesson of ha bitual saving. ' Do you know, fathers, that one of the best ways to teach your children to save regularly Is to have a savings account your selves? lt that boy of bring your savings deposit to the bank as "regular as clockwork" and he will get the habit himself he can't help it Ieidentally, a little nest egg will be good for father, too. GRANITE CITY SAVINGS BANK Ashland, Oregon H LOCAL AND PERSONAL Clif Payne makes tabourettes. ' The little son of F. E. Conway is finite sick. Ashland-Klamath Exchange will buy all your empty sacks. L. E. Dressbach of Los Angeles visited friends and relatives here last week. ' ' Buy the decorations for your 3irbas tree or table at Enders'. f Helen Gallivan, who has been ill of pneumonia, is now Improving rap idly. -. .. Insure against fire. Clif Payne can save you about 40 per cent, tf The Tidings is for sale at W. M. Foley's Drug Store, 17 East Main St. Mr. a...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 5 December 1912

PAGE SIX ASHLAND TIDINGS Thursday, December 5, 1912. RAILROAD ADVERTISING Advertising Sign IVst Drawn Ijpksoiih for HuhinesN Meu From Ilail ro.ttl Advertising. Every business man, merchant, manufacturer yes, even the fruit growers and ranchers cau find a good lesson from the railroads. They will find in this lesson not only busi ness methods aimed to make the bus iness profitable, but also co-operative methods that not only increase busi ness for the railroads, but make pos sible the building of towns .and for tunes for the population. How this is done is the object of the following. Editor's Note. The grocer shells groceries'.' The merchant tailor sells cloth ing The druggist sells drugs The railroad sells transportation. Therefore, a railroad is tto differ ent than any other business. It has a certain commodity to sell, like any other business firm. The grocer's clerks must be polite and courteous or customers would fall off. The one thin.;; impressed on all railroad employes is c...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 5 December 1912

UNITED STATES -IS PIONEER BANK Security wAriiAL, oLKrLUd, UNDIVIDED Ami MUtKHULDtRS- LIABILITY OVER $li9,UUU.UV DEPOSITORY OF GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK FUNDS DR. W. EARL BLAKE DENTIST First National Bank BldB., Suite 9 and 10. Entrance Fjnst Ave. Phones: Office, 109; Res., 488-R. DR. J. E. EXDELMAN DENTIST Citizens Banking & Trust Co. Bldg. Suite 3 & 4 ASHLAND, ORE. DR. F. H. JOHNSON, D E N T I S T, Beaver Bldg., East Main and First Sts., Ashland, Oregon. Phones: Office 178, Res. S50-Y. DR. J. S. PARSON, Physician and Surgeon. Office at Residence, Main Street Phone 242 J. G. IV. GKEGG. M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office: 1 and 2 Citizens Banking and Trust Co. building. Phone 69. Residence: 93 Bush Street. Resi dence phone 230 R. Office hours: 9 to 12a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. Calls answered day or night. JULIAN P. JOHNSON, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Specialist in diseases of the Eye, Ear, Aose and Throat. Office: Upstairs Corner Main and Granite streets. Entrance from Granite street...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashland tidings. — 5 December 1912

Classified Advertisements (Continued from Page Three.) TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOR SALE An alfalfa ranch. Ad dress Owner, care Tidings. 55-tf VOH SALE-OR-EXCHAXGK Ten acre fruit tract. Address Owner, care Tidings. 55-tf FOfTSALE -A good home. Xearly 2 acres. A producer, 4 blocks from business center. Address owner, care Tidings. 55-tf FOR SALE Home-made, comfort ers. Leave orders at 90 Seventh St. Phone 2S2-L. Also nursing or other work bv the hour. o5-2t FOR SALE One kitchen range, gas ranee, gas heater, bed, lineoleuni, dining room table, sewing machine, I sideboard, bookcase, kitchen table 2 center tables, settee. Apply at Dr. Shaw's, 10$ First Ave. 55-2t FOR SALE Bargains. Leaving Ashland. Three hives of Italian bees, $10.00; 1 excellent family horse, cheap: 1 heater. $7.00; 1 Morris chair, 1 hardwood roller mangle, 1 boy's saddle, 1 small rig, 1 bobsled, 2 axes, 2-bnrner gasoline stove, $2.00; 1 solid oak bed with coil springs, $4.00; boy's bicycle with lamp, fine tires and new s...

Publication Title: Ashland Tidings
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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